Collaborative Provision encompasses all learning opportunities which lead or contribute to the award of academic credit or a qualification that are delivered, assessed or supported through an arrangement with one or more organisations other than the degree-awarding body’ (Quallity Assurance Agency, Quality Code, B10). Collaborative Provision can cover a number of diverse arrangements with partners, including:
All of these arrangements are covered within the Guidelines for Collaborative Activity, which set out the processes and principles for their development, approval and ongoing management.
Please use the links below to access additional guidance and templates
Governance arrangements for collaborative activity are set out in legal agreements between Aston and its partners. Templates and guidance for drafting collaborative agreements can be found at:
The Framework for Programme Approval/Update and templates referenced in the Guidelines for Collaborative Activity, such as the First Filter Form, Module template, Programme Specification and School Final Endorsement form, can be found at:
Guidance and templates for Research programmes can be found at:
Up-to-date registers of all collaborative arrangements are maintained by the University: international agreements by the International Office and UK-based agreements involving programmes within the Framework for Higher Education Qualifications (FHEQ) by the Quality Team in the Centre for Learning Innovation and Professional Practice (CLIPP).
If you have difficulty accessing any of the documents, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org